Museum of Transcarpathian History also known popularly in English as Museum of life as well as Folk Architecture, is an outdoor museum situated in Uzhhorod, Ukraine.
It boasts of over 30 classical structures gathered from villages across Zakarpattia Oblast, the province of Ukrainian, whose capital is Uzhgorod. Based on the report in the The New York Times by Michael Benanav, "the flagship of the museum's is a sixteenth century St. Michael's Church, containing a roof as well as an onion-shaped steeple covered with wooden shingles."
Located nearby is Uzhgorod Castle which is an impressive fortress that sheltered the Habsburgs' regents. A mixture of architectural styles and materials were used to build it between the 13th and 18th centuries.Places nearby:
Eger Castle: A Step Into History 163 km / 101 mi
Valley of The Beautiful Woman: The Best Wine Tasting Place in Hungary 165 km / 102 mi
Oradea Citadel: A Peak into Europe’s Best Preserved Citadel 176 km / 109 mi
St. George's Cathedral: Baroque and Rococo Splendor 183 km / 114 mi
Wieliczka Salt Mine: Wieliczka’s Underground Labyrinth of Chambers and Chapels 222 km / 138 mi